1900-1920 - CULTURE: Which answer in the Parentheses is...

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CULTURE: Which answer in the Parentheses is correct?
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ART: The revolt against Realism = MODERNISM; 1. Modernism is difficult to define but it generally means a ( rejection of, reverence for) past models in art and in culture; it was very anti- ( traditional, science). 2. In the visual arts, it rejected Realism and demanded a simpler, more abstract approach 3. In Literature, music, sculpture, there was much experimentation: ( William FaulknerExamines war and its causes Used for proporganda Properganda, new technology of the time Challenging old ways (traditions); referred to as “the New Woman” Distributing materials about birth control “who cares?” , Ty Cobb).
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MUSIC: Is Jazz the sound of Modernism? 1. Like the Blues, Jazz grew out of Black experience and reflected the experiences and creativity of blacks, many of whom went north in the Great (Migrane, Migration) 2. Louis Armstrong and (Baron, Duke) Ellington were two of the most important figures 3. The (radioExamines war and its causes Used for proporganda Properganda, new technology of the time Challenging old ways (traditions); referred to as “the New Woman” Distributing materials about birth control “who cares?”
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, television) became a universal household item in the 1920¿s 4. Films added recorded music and voices in 1927: the ( TalkiesExamines war and its causes Used for proporganda Properganda, new technology of the time Challenging old ways (traditions); referred to as “the New Woman” Distributing materials about birth control “who cares?” , Yakkies).
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Popular Culture: 1. The most famous athlete of the decade was undoubtedly a. Babe Ruth b. Charles Lindbergh 2. World Famous, this American hero¿s son was kidnapped a. Babe Ruth b. Charles Lindbergh 3. Bobbed hair, short dresses, exotic dances, the new independent woman of the 1920¿s: a. FlapperExamines war and its causes Used for proporganda Properganda, new technology of the time Challenging old ways (traditions); referred to as “the New Woman” Distributing materials about birth control “who cares?”
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b. Flivver c. Flousie d. Floradora e. Flora the Explora
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This note was uploaded on 04/28/2010 for the course HIST 17b taught by Professor Ettinger during the Spring '07 term at CSU Sacramento.

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1900-1920 - CULTURE: Which answer in the Parentheses is...

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